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Haimer Microset Uno Autofocus Minimizes Machine Idle Time

Westec 2019: The Haimer Microset UNO Autofocus automatically focuses on cutting edges so they can be measured quickly by the operator.

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The Haimer Microset Uno Autofocus tool presetter automatically focuses on cutting edges so they can be measured quickly by the operator. This machine minimizes incorrect data inputs, since it locates the edge with only one push of a button. The Uno Autofocus includes motorized spindles with a convenient cabinet and a 23", 10-point touch screen. The company states that the machine will save machinists money through minimizing machine tool setup time.

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